The Seahawks have re-signed CB Trey Wolfe and waived/injured LB Mike Taylor. Wolfe was signed last week for one day before being released, and will now get another shot at making an impression. Mike Taylor has been with the team since last season off and on, and had battled injuries since college. It's unclear what injury he sustained.
As I wrote last week, Wolfe was here in Seattle earlier this summer for the Seahawks rookie mini camp and got some nice reviews. He was the subject of a cool feature here at SBNation at around Draft time, and hails from Fort Valley State where he was a Little All-American Second Team corner with eight picks in nine games.
Taylor had a prolific career at Wisconsin, amassing 378 tackles, 38.5 for a loss, seven sacks, four interceptions and four forced fumbles during four seasons in Madison. He suffered a sports hernia during his senior season and missed the Combine and his Pro Day because of that injury - and this obviously impacted his stock. The 6'2, 234 pound linebacker had been a long-shot for the roster but may now revert to IR if he clears waivers (most likely).